Lauren Rutherford knows she is many things: a failed baker, an orphan, and a computer programmer. She also suspects she is ever so slightly nuts given that she often has conversations with her multiple personalities, and Bad Luck is a man who seems to enjoy tormenting her at every opportunity.
What Lauren doesn't know is that she is also a witch. She needs to learn, and fast, because the only thing between her and certain death is Agnes, her long-dead ancestor who has a foul mouth and a passion for G-strings, and Daniel, a sexy as hell male witch who drives her to distraction.
As the last descendant of a long line of witches, Lauren is the victim of a 400-year-old curse. Her life depends on her surviving a challenge set down by three damned souls, a challenge that will take her to hell and back. Literally. And Satan doesn't do tea and scones!
©2014 Sharon Karaa (P)2015 Sharon Karaa
I was so entertained with this book. Had a little bit of everything, and the narrator (Julia Anthony) brought it all to life. I'm looking forward to all of Miss Karaa's books. With her incredible imagination they surely with be "delightful" to read.
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If you are looking for a new and interesting storyline, with a great set of unique and interesting characters and laugh out loud fun; then this book is for you!
This was a tedious slog.
Something by Molly Harper...
It's a good reminder if you're having a bad day that things can be worse (by listening to this book).
Of the 160'ish books I've listened to, I can't find anything redeeming about it. I listened to the story until the end and that's the only reason I'm not seeking a refund.
Narrator ruins the entire book...,,,Narrator ruins the entire book...,,,Narrator ruins the entire book...,,,Narrator ruins the entire book...,,,Narrator ruins the entire book...,,,truly... I am supposed to have 7 unique words so here it is story was okay but presentation was not ..
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As lovely as the young Lady doubtlessly is, after a while the accent just drives you a bit bonkers and not in the fun way. So no probably not.
She "gently" drove you to insanity
Yes and that will sound harsh, but if you insist on writing long drawn out sex scenes, could you please learn another word to describe the sexual activity happening than "gently"? Within the span of about 5 minutes it was used more than 30 times. No woman in her right mind wants to be that gently sexed, well maybe a virgin on her first time. But for passionate encounters not so much.
I liked the story idea overall, some parts are just harder to get through then others. I gave up and left the last 17 minutes unlistened too and fast forwarded through several spots.
Good try so, keep writing.
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